Ethnography: Provocation


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We Need More Ethnography, Not Less Imagine that you shouted “That’s enough about ethnography!” at the top of your lungs, and took More...

Correspondences: Ethnography


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Ethnography, according to Tim Ingold (2014, 383), “has become a term so overused, both in anthropology and in contingent disciplines, that it More...

Greece is Burning


James Faubion, Eugenia Georges and Gonda Van Steen posted in Hot Spots on with 0 comments

At last judged adequately modern, Greece won the privilege of hosting the summer Olympic Games in 2004. Many analysts have pointed to the national More...

Preliminary Schedule for #SCA2016


Hirokazu Miyazaki posted in SCA Meetings on with 0 comments

The Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) is proud to share the preliminary schedule for one of our largest-ever biennial meetings, which will take More...

Correspondences: The Internet


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The Internet is a ubiquitous part of contemporary life, yet conceptually it is impalpable and defies easy definition. For those less technically More...

Digital Ontology


Hannah Knox and Antonia Walford posted in Theorizing the Contemporary on with 0 comments

It might be argued that anthropology has come late to the question of whether there is an ontology to the digital. Although scholars in software and More...

Register Now for #SCA2016


Hirokazu Miyazaki posted in SCA Meetings on with 0 comments

We were bowled over the number and the quality of submissions to the spring meeting of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, which will be held More...

Teaching Resources Round-Up


Angela Jenks posted in Teaching Tools on with 0 comments

At the most recent AAA meeting in Denver, I presented on and attended several panels focused on teaching-related issues, and at multiple events, More...

Introducing Correspondences


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Back in 2013, Cultural Anthropology managing editor Ali Kenner and contributing editor Grant Otsuki launched the Field Notes series as part of a new More...

A New Vision for Teaching Tools


Leah Zani posted in Teaching Tools on with 0 comments

As the new section editor for the Teaching Tools section of the Cultural Anthropology website, I want to take this opportunity to present my vision More...